File Safer malware scan
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File Safer malware scan

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It can be used in a Classic/VPC environment.

If you selected the File Safer linkage option when creating a SourceCommit repository, you can use the malware detection feature provided by File Safer.

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Check inspection status

The following describes how to check File Safer malware scan status.

  1. Connect to the NAVER Cloud Platform console.
  2. Click the Services > Developer Tools > SourceCommit menus, in that order.
  3. Select a repository from the SourceCommit page, and then click the [Go to code] button.
    • You can also click the repository name from the repository list.
  4. In the Repository's detailed features page, click the [Commit] tab, and then check the FILE SAFER item shown on the right of the list.
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    • The following describes the statuses shown in the FILE SAFER item.
      • Not inspected: no File Safer inspection conducted
      • Running: File Safer inspection in progress
      • Inspection complete: File Safer inspection is complete.

Request inspection

The following describes how to request File Safer' malware scan in the commit.

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  • You can scan the script and binary files of up to 10 MB through requesting File Safer inspection.
  • Inspection target extension: bat, cmd, vbs, vbe, js, jse, wsf, wsh, html, htm, hta, jsp, php, cgi, ahk, au3, py, lsp, fas, ps, eps, gsf, ps1, sh, exe, dll, com, so, zip, tar, gz, tgz, rar, xz, 7z
  • The inspection target extensions can be changed later.
  1. Connect to the NAVER Cloud Platform console.
  2. Click the Services > Developer Tools > SourceCommit menus, in that order.
  3. Select a repository from the SourceCommit page, and then click the [Go to code] button.
    • You can also click the repository name from the repository list.
  4. From the Repository's detailed feature page, click the [Commit] tab.
  5. Find a commit shown as Not inspected in the FILE SAFER item from the commit list, and then click i-sourcecommit-filesafer.png.
  6. Select the Set inspection target and Set inspection option items in the File Safer inspection area of the Check File Safer result pop-up window, and then click the [Request inspection] button.
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Check inspection result

The following describes how to complete the File Safer's malware scan and check the inspection result.

Note
  • File Safer's inspection result is provided based on the file's hash value, not the repository. So if there's a inspection history for the file, the inspection result is shown regardless of the repository's location.
  1. Connect to the NAVER Cloud Platform console.
  2. Click the Services > Developer Tools > SourceCommit menus, in that order.
  3. Select a repository from the SourceCommit page, and then click the [Go to code] button.
    • You can also click the repository name from the repository list.
  4. In the Repository's detailed features page, click the [Code] tab, and then check the FILE SAFER item shown on the right of the list.
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    • The following describes the statuses shown in the FILE SAFER item.
      • Safe: safe file
      • Suspected to be malicious: detected malicious file
      • Not inspected: no File Safer inspection history
      • Running: File Safer inspection in progress
      • Not eligible: not a target of File Safer inspection
Note
  • You can scan the script and binary files of up to 10 MB through requesting File Safer inspection.
  • Inspection target extension: bat, cmd, vbs, vbe, js, jse, wsf, wsh, html, htm, hta, jsp, php, cgi, ahk, au3, py, lsp, fas, ps, eps, gsf, ps1, sh, exe, dll, com, so, zip, tar, gz, tgz, rar, xz, 7z
  • The inspection target extensions can be changed later.

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